Saturday, November 22, 2014

Hillary shoots herself in the foot: ties herself to Obama's amnesty.

I'm starting to get the idea that the "democrat stupid" is genetic.

In a larger example of local "democrat stupid," defined as consistently running tin-eared leftists who deliberately try and get elected by running on issues their prospective constituents strongly oppose (For example, the most recent leftists running in the 18th sounded exactly the same as Molehill Moeller, running in the 49th.... even though the constituency was exactly the reverse on the hot button issues of the CRC/Loot Rail and the issue of Oil/Coal.) we now have Hillary, who is either surrounded by incompetence, or so far to the left that even in the face of overwhelming opposition to Obama's Mussolini-style dictatorship, she actually supports this shredding of the Constitution.

Hillary Clinton backs Obama immigration move

NEW YORK (AP) - Hillary Rodham Clinton voiced support Friday for President Barack Obama's use of executive actions to protect about 5 million immigrants from deportation, setting up a sharp contrast with Republicans on an issue that could play a leading role in the next presidential campaign.

"I think the president took an historic step and I support it," Clinton said in an appearance at the New York Historical Society, embracing her fellow Democrat's moves to address immigration.

The former secretary of state, a potential Democratic presidential candidate, said Obama's actions were in line with previous moves by Democratic and Republican presidents alike and urged Congress to "follow the lead" of a measure approved in the Senate in 2013. She also placed the efforts in the context of families, many of whom she said are longtime residents raising children and paying taxes.

"This is about people's lives," she said.

It was Clinton's first public comments on Obama's immigration orders, which have been harshly criticized by many Republicans in Congress who accuse Obama of overstepping his executive powers. Clinton issued a statement shortly after Obama's speech Thursday night expressing support.

Charging hypocrisy, the Republican National Committee released a Web video earlier in the day that included the audio of an April 2008 Clinton speech in which she criticized President George W. Bush's use of signing statements and other means "to transform the executive into an imperial presidency."

Clinton spoke about the immigration plan during an interview with Walter Isaacson, the biographer and CEO of the Aspen Institute, at the event. Clinton said she was studying the life and presidency of Theodore Roosevelt and discussed the need for Americans to find a "common purpose."

What makes this so deadly for her is simple and it's the same problem that Barry is going to have until we're rid of him:  If he can govern by edict on this, then where does it end?  Why can't he govern by edict on anything.... such as tax rates, or environment, or gay marriage, or price controls?

Out government is not set up so that a president can legislate under the claim that he can make law until the law makers make a law he likes.  That kind of coercion is much more reminiscent of Hugh Chavez than George Washington.

Only 38 percent of the American public support this effort by Obama to force his will down our throats.

At this point, the latest NBC Poll shows that it's even only a small majority of Latino's here that support it: 43 to 37.

Them idea that everyone wildly supports this imperial takeover appears to be just another media-manufactured pro-Obama-scam as they've long since seen this clown sink into the depths as the worst president this country has ever known, a president that makes most long for the day of the former title holder, Jimmy Carter.

Hillary's "me-too" will kill her chances of election with an even greater intensity that her efforts to allow the slaughter of the 4 Americans in Benghazi and her fake, "I was under sniper fire in Bosnia" lies.

As the bills mount, the crimes increase, the jobs to legal residents and citizens are lost, the opposition to this idiocy will build like lead poisoning... and it will be just as tough to get rid of.

I believe her over-the-top support of this stupidity has finished her off.  And that's Hope and Change I CAN believe in.

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